Monthly Archives: February 2010

Think as a private owner

A common analogy Buffett used was to compare owning a stock to owning a farm. He said: "If you own a farm, you don’t think you need a quote on the farm selling price every day, and you don’t think the farm’s … Continue reading

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Quantitative analysis and Qualitative analysis

A common mistake made by beginners on value investing is too much focus on "Quantitative Analysis", but completely ignore the Qualitative Analysis. Basically, the first one is putting all the numbers together. P/E ratio is the most common used figure. … Continue reading

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Two masters

Both Ben Graham and Warren Buffett are the characters I admire a lot, and both of them are successful on following value investing tracks, but they have quite different traits.  Warren Buffett focus mainly on business and don’t care the … Continue reading

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